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Originally posted by freedom12
Sounds good OP, but I have edited Wiki myself many times over the last couple years and everything I have edited was removed within a few hours to a couple days. Source info was supplied also, but they still removed it. I suggest getting many involved and work on one or a small number of subjects at a time. A few days back, after the Alex Jones interview with Dr Steve Pieczenik, Wiki altered his page and scheduled it for deletion. Many ATSer's went to work on providing references for his background. If you visit his Wiki page, you will see most of the "references" are dated May 5,2011 and we're provided by ATSer's.
Originally posted by LargeFries
reply to post by Davian
Davian from reading the responses I get the feeling its not worth the time, if everyones hard work will just be deleted within hours. Maybe we need to find a more fact-based online reference source to utilize, and leave Wikipedia behind.
Sites that become common use that are not worthy deserve to be crushed. Just like the popular search engine google; it may be huge & fast, but return preference goes to sponsored sites while your every query is logged. There is a creeping seamless interface taking over the Internet, slowly pulling multiple sites together, and its a little uncomfortable. It wouldn't be difficult to write a good Twilight Zone episode script where someone is being tried in a courtroom with their own past 'anonymous' posts used against them.
Originally posted by Frettin
A few years back the Wiki entry for 9/11 had a chapter about the conspiracy theories. I noticed it has been deleted since. No alternative accoints of what happened allowed!!